For all of us who remember the devastating attacks and the aftermath of September 11, 2001, last week’s opening of 3 World Trade Center is yet another sign of New York’s remarkable strength and resilience.
One year after the devastating Grenfell Tower fire which claimed the lives of 72 people, survivors and local community groups are turning their minds to what should be done with the site of the disaster and how its victims should be remembered. A report by Katie Razzall and Stuart Denman.
A top Iranian official has admitted for the first time that Iran knowingly helped al-Qaeda terrorists — including some of the 9/11 attackers — travel secretly through the Middle East.
The final phase of the Flight 93 National Memorial is underway and on track to open on the 17th anniversary of plane's crash into a Pennsylvania field during 9/11. United Airlines Flight 93 was en route from Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco on Sept.
Officials say the remaining wreckage of United Flight 93 will be returned later this year to the Pennsylvania memorial marking where it crashed in the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Flight 93 National Memorial Superintendent Stephen Clark says the wreckage will be buried in a restricted area of the park
The 9/11 Memorial & Museum has unveiled the design for the historic evolution of the 9/11 Memorial, marking a milestone in a collaborative and continuing design process.
The aftermath of the 9/11 attacks persists more than 16 years later in the spate of life-threatening illnesses and the all-too-regularly-reported deaths of people who were exposed to World Trade Center toxins.
Thomas Wilson was a sergeant at the NYPD’s 90th Precinct, covering Williamsburg and Bushwick in Brooklyn, on Sept. 11, 2001. He helped shut down the Williamsburg Bridge as part of a virtual army of police, firefighters and others who answered the ultimate call to duty.
Voices of September 11th (Voices) will be hosting its 4th annual charity golf outing on Monday, July 23, 2018. The event will be held at the Westchester Country Club’s West Course in Rye, New York.
Lt. William Gleason was awake for six straight days following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, as he worked to rescue people from the rubble of the World Trade Center.
On 9/11 and in the weeks and months following the attacks, an army of tens of thousands of firefighters, police officers, construction workers, search-and-rescue dogs, volunteers and more converged at the World Trade Center site to aid in search and rescue and ultimately recovery efforts at Groun
A New York man who volunteered on September 11 and is now battling cancer linked to his time at ground zero is finally getting the help he needs after the News 4 I-Team helped find indisputable proof he was there that day.
On Tuesday, A U.S. judge ruled that Iran must pay billions of dollars to the families of more than 1,000 9/11 victims. The default order was issued after Iran failed to respond to a 2004 lawsuit alleging that the country provided assistance to the 9/11 hijackers, ABC News reported.
An opulent mansion worthy of Scott and Zelda will be the setting of A Gatsby Moment to support Voices of September 11, on Wednesday, June 6. The event will allow visitors to go inside Huckleberry House and peruse a series of elegant fashion boutiques including Divine Vintage, from 1 to 5 p.m.
Very few people grow up and get to do what they dreamt about as a kid. Matt Adamek is one of them. More.
Two new studies show that nearly 17 years after 9/11, the attacks continue to take a toll on first responders. Both studies were published Thursday in the Journal of the American Medical Association.
It's been nearly 16 years since cleanup work officially ended at New York City's ground zero, but the health effects for rescue and recovery workers are still making themselves known.
Three New York congressional representatives are asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate reports that scammers are posing as Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund staffers to get first responders' and survivors' personal information.
The capacity for communities, individuals, states and organizations to share and represent the past through artifacts, objects and in places is constantly and rapidly evolving.
A New York state bill would give 9/11 first responders unlimited sick leave. News12 reported that the bill would extend the unlimited sick leave to all 9/11 responders who live in the state of New York instead of just those who live in New York City.